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Midweek Plus Bournemouth

 

Majestic Hotel
  • Overview

    highlights

    • Four drinks vouchers per person on Wednesday night
    • Explore the delightful resort of Bournemouth
    • Visit the beautiful Salisbury
    • Take a trip to historical Winchester

    Midweek Plus breaks are the perfect antidote to those winter blues! You’ll enjoy live evening entertainment on Wednesday night and four free drinks vouchers to use on one evening. This break takes us to the south coast and the beautiful seaside town of Bournemouth. Read More

    Great for:

    • Great for - History
    • Great for - Scenery
    • Great for - Walking


    Bournemouth
    Also included are two excursions, over two days we’ll visit the historic cathedral cities of Salisbury and Winchester, taking in the scenery of both the New Forest and the South Downs.
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  • The Hotel

    YOUR HOTEL


    Majestic Bournemouth Hotel

    • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
    • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
    Located in Bournemouth’s East Cliff area, amid avenues lined with pine trees, the Majestic Hotel is a ten minute walk from the beautiful sandy beach and gardens at Boscombe, and just a mile from the centre of Bournemouth itself. Situated on the doorstep of the New Forest, enjoy Bournemouth breaks blessed with above average sunshine, miles of soft, golden sands and over two thousand acres of parkland and gardens. The hotel has a terrace to soak up the sun, a lounge to make yourself at home, and a selection of games to play. There is something to suit everyone in Bournemouth – walk around the stylish shops, ornate Victorian arcades and piazzas; take a leisurely stroll along the promenade or enjoy a wealth of sporting pursuits and superb sightseeing opportunities.
    • Located in Bournemouth’s East Cliff area
    • Ten minute walk from the sandy beach and gardens at Boscombe
    • Just a mile from the centre of Bournemouth
    • The Hotel offers a snooker room, outside terrace and swimming pool
    • A number of the hotel's rooms have been recently renovated

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  • Excursions & Extras

    INCLUDED EXCURSIONS


    Salisbury Cathedral
    Trip to Salisbury returning via Lyndhurst

    Excursion to the interesting medieval city of Salisbury, the town's highlight is undoubtedly the Cathedral, with Britain’s tallest spire and housing an original version of the Magna Carta. Just outside the city, easily accessed by bus is Old Sarum, the original settlement here and a fascinating insight into the ancient history of the region. On our return journey to Bournemouth we’ll call at Lyndhurst, often referred to as the 'capital' of the New Forest.

    King Alfred's Statue, Winchester
    Trip to Winchester

    Winchester has a long and varied history, dating back to pre-Roman Britain over 2000 years ago. For a relatively small city it has a multitude of interesting visitor attractions and historical sites. Winchester Cathedral is the main point of interest, nearly 1000 years old and a great example of Norman architecture. The Great Hall is the only remaining part of the castle that once occupied the town and contains what is reputed to be King Arthur’s round table. The ancient city centre has numerous overhanging buildings dating back to medieval times, with the Pentice and Butter Cross, central to this area. In general, walking around anywhere in this historic city you’re sure to find something to pique your interest.

    Salisbury Cathedral
    Trip to Salisbury returning via Lyndhurst

    Excursion to the interesting medieval city of Salisbury, the town's highlight is undoubtedly the Cathedral, with Britain’s tallest spire and housing an original version of the Magna Carta. Just outside the city, easily accessed by bus is Old Sarum, the original settlement here and a fascinating insight into the ancient history of the region. On our return journey to Bournemouth we’ll call at Lyndhurst, often referred to as the 'capital' of the New Forest.

    King Alfred's Statue, Winchester
    Trip to Winchester

    Winchester has a long and varied history, dating back to pre-Roman Britain over 2000 years ago. For a relatively small city it has a multitude of interesting visitor attractions and historical sites. Winchester Cathedral is the main point of interest, nearly 1000 years old and a great example of Norman architecture. The Great Hall is the only remaining part of the castle that once occupied the town and contains what is reputed to be King Arthur’s round table. The ancient city centre has numerous overhanging buildings dating back to medieval times, with the Pentice and Butter Cross, central to this area. In general, walking around anywhere in this historic city you’re sure to find something to pique your interest.

    Salisbury Cathedral
    Trip to Salisbury returning via Lyndhurst

    Excursion to the interesting medieval city of Salisbury, the town's highlight is undoubtedly the Cathedral, with Britain’s tallest spire and housing an original version of the Magna Carta. Just outside the city, easily accessed by bus is Old Sarum, the original settlement here and a fascinating insight into the ancient history of the region. On our return journey to Bournemouth we’ll call at Lyndhurst, often referred to as the 'capital' of the New Forest.

    King Alfred's Statue, Winchester
    Trip to Winchester

    Winchester has a long and varied history, dating back to pre-Roman Britain over 2000 years ago. For a relatively small city it has a multitude of interesting visitor attractions and historical sites. Winchester Cathedral is the main point of interest, nearly 1000 years old and a great example of Norman architecture. The Great Hall is the only remaining part of the castle that once occupied the town and contains what is reputed to be King Arthur’s round table. The ancient city centre has numerous overhanging buildings dating back to medieval times, with the Pentice and Butter Cross, central to this area. In general, walking around anywhere in this historic city you’re sure to find something to pique your interest.

    Salisbury Cathedral
    Trip to Salisbury returning via Lyndhurst

    Excursion to the interesting medieval city of Salisbury, the town's highlight is undoubtedly the Cathedral, with Britain’s tallest spire and housing an original version of the Magna Carta. Just outside the city, easily accessed by bus is Old Sarum, the original settlement here and a fascinating insight into the ancient history of the region. On our return journey to Bournemouth we’ll call at Lyndhurst, often referred to as the 'capital' of the New Forest.

    King Alfred's Statue, Winchester
    Trip to Winchester

    Winchester has a long and varied history, dating back to pre-Roman Britain over 2000 years ago. For a relatively small city it has a multitude of interesting visitor attractions and historical sites. Winchester Cathedral is the main point of interest, nearly 1000 years old and a great example of Norman architecture. The Great Hall is the only remaining part of the castle that once occupied the town and contains what is reputed to be King Arthur’s round table. The ancient city centre has numerous overhanging buildings dating back to medieval times, with the Pentice and Butter Cross, central to this area. In general, walking around anywhere in this historic city you’re sure to find something to pique your interest.




    EXTRAS

    Four drinks vouchers - Midweek Plus Package
    Enjoy four drinks vouchers per person on Wednesday night on this holiday!


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What's included

  • Return coach travel
  • Four nights comfortable accommodation
  • Traditional full cooked breakfasts
  • Three-course evening meals
  • Four drinks vouchers per person on Wednesday night
  • Live evening entertainment on Wednesday night
  • At least two sightseeing excursions
Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth

Majestic Bournemouth Hotel

Pleasantly located in Bournemouth’s East Cliff area, amid avenues lined with pine trees, the Majestic Hotel is a ten minute walk from the sandy beach and gardens at Boscombe, and just a mile from the centre of Bournemouth itself.

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Majestic Bournemouth Hotel

  • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
  • Majestic Bournemouth Hotel, Bournemouth
Located in Bournemouth’s East Cliff area, amid avenues lined with pine trees, the Majestic Hotel is a ten minute walk from the beautiful sandy beach and gardens at Boscombe, and just a mile from the centre of Bournemouth itself. Situated on the doorstep of the New Forest, enjoy Bournemouth breaks blessed with above average sunshine, miles of soft, golden sands and over two thousand acres of parkland and gardens. The hotel has a terrace to soak up the sun, a lounge to make yourself at home, and a selection of games to play. There is something to suit everyone in Bournemouth – walk around the stylish shops, ornate Victorian arcades and piazzas; take a leisurely stroll along the promenade or enjoy a wealth of sporting pursuits and superb sightseeing opportunities.
  • Located in Bournemouth’s East Cliff area
  • Ten minute walk from the sandy beach and gardens at Boscombe
  • Just a mile from the centre of Bournemouth
  • The Hotel offers a snooker room, outside terrace and swimming pool
  • A number of the hotel's rooms have been recently renovated

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